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in a playoff giving south america its first green jacket. our other major also saw the game reaching a new audience, staying step for step with tiger, south korean y.e. yang denied the number one player and put asian golf on top of the world. we saw for eighth months so many spectacular performances. tiger took four titles before our cameras from jack's event to washington, flint and akron. phil loved l.a. and then felt the love of the entire golf community at colonial with the pink out saturday in honor of amy. another moment, private first class being escorted up the 18th on sunday. just beautiful. this was our world from january to today. we treasured the views from our office windows and we loved every minute of bringing them to you. the cbs golf team will meet again five months time. at torrey pines. liberty national debuting in such a big way. it will not be the site of this event next year. they declared that they are going to rotate it around the new york metropolitan area and plainfield will be the site. it is rich in history. ridgewood also the next couple of years. going to ridg
. >> mitchell: and good evening. a sad piece of unfinished business from america's first war with iraq back in 1991 was officially closed today. the pentagon says the remains of navy pilot michael scott spieker have been found near the wreckage of his plane in anbar province in western iraq. kimberlie dozier has more and what it means for the family spieker left behind. >> reporter: navy captain michael scott spieker has been found at last, ending an almost two decade long wait for his family. the first american casualty of the gulf war was found buryed it in the desert west of baghdad near the wreckage of his f-18 hornet. u.s. marines found bone and dental fragment identified by pentagon pathologists, they were led by an iraqi who said he was there when -- >> he remembered a plane going down and he remembered them burying the body. the captain was shot down on january 17th, 1919 two hours after the war began. >> i'm scott spieker. >> reporter: the 33-year-old father of two was not supposed to fly that day. >> i would also like to say hello to my wife. >> reporter: his ship mates told "60 m
to the presidential level. >> well, partly, russ, is flu season is just around the corner for all of north america. there will be an increase in h1n1 cases this fall. the white house says that is just the fact. and what they want to do is number one make sure that the three nations are talking and coordinating the response. but they also want to make sure that there is no panic. because economic relations between these three countries are so important. the last thing they want is for countries to start closing borders because they're in a panic over the h1n1 virus. >> mitchell: tonight president obama will meet with the mexican president one-on-one, what will be topic a on that agenda? >> well, you can bet that call der on will bring up the rug war in mexico. it has been devastating for this country, more than 10,000 people killed in the last few years. and when president obama was here in april, he said the united states shares some of the blame. number one because the united states is where so many of the drugs in mexico go, because of u.s. consumption of drugs. and number two, because of so man
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